Features & Occasionals
Utah’s Bortle-rated sky map shows some of the darkest night skies in the entire nation. Salt Lake City, on the other hand ranked on a par with Los Angeles and New York City.
Thanks to Slow Food Utah’s micro-grant program, locally focused projects that increase biodiversity, provide access to more healthful food, or contribute to our community’s knowledge base are springing up on farms and community gardens (and backyards) all across Utah.
Ready to get slow? Slow Food people are connoisseurs of taste, protectors of food heritage, and champions of local producers. CATALYST and Slow Food Utah are working together this summer to present a guide to healthy local eating, focusing on the greater Salt Lake City area.
Dimethyltryptamine, or DMT, is a chemical compound that occupies a peculiar position in our cultural consciousness.
When John Ripley Corkery, aka JR, was a sophomore in college, he got an idea for a little festival in the desert. Eight years later, Desert Rocks has blossomed from 150 original attendees to over 1700 last year, has outgrown its original venue, and has evolved from a simple weekender music fest into a four-day multidisciplinary inspirational extravaganza.
Kate Wheadon's love affair with flea markets began with a pair of old leather English riding boots from a market where she lived in southern California.